SIG 3 Perspectives Vol. 24, No. 1, March 2014
This issue of Perspectives provides affiliates with the latest updates on implementing strategies to enable clinicians to actively engage in ongoing research, establishing the roles and responsibilities of interprofessional research team members, the importance of using patient-centered outcomes in voice research, the advantages and limitations of using national survey databases in research, and how basic science airflow studies can inform the treatment of unilateral vocal fold paralysis. This issue focuses on promoting the use of research to inform clinical practice in voice, with a special emphasis on methods of fostering and implementing scientific studies in clinical settings.
You will be able to:
- recall specific strategies that may enable clinicians to engage in the practice of research
- describe the steps involved in the development of a collaborative research team
- explain the benefits of using observational studies that include patient outcomes in voice research
- discuss the types of research questions that can be answered using administrative and national survey databases
- describe ways in which research using a basic science animal model may inform treatment of unilateral vocal fold paralysis
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